World war ii shows slack in the workforce because men

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World War II shows slack in the workforce because men were at war and women were producing goods that went to help the warBalance between output and buying power (Economic Reports, 2018)
ECO 202Fiscal Policy Actions(Sorscher, S, 2017)
ECO 202Fiscal Policy Actions Cont…Federal Aid Highway Act 1956• Merge of AFL-CIO Unions Social Security Changes• Reorganization of Reorganization Act of 1949• Slum Removal’ and ‘Urban Renewal’ Semuels, A. (2016, March 18)
ECO 202Fiscal Policy ImpactDid the Highway Act work?Was this decade actually good?Business technology changesSocial Security and Welfare programsTaxes and consumer changes
ECO 202Monetary PolicyPrice Stability –inflationEconomic and Employment GrowthWilliam McChesney Martin – Federal Reserve Chairman 1951-1970Expansionary Monetary Policy
ECO 202Annual Inflation Rate(Majid & McMahon, 2018)
ECO 202Monetary Policy ActionsLean Against the Wind PolicyStable EconomyLow Inflation RatesCentral Banking SystemFederal Reserve IndependentNo political pressureBalance interest rates and budgetsBooming consumerism
ECO 202Monetary Policy ImpactEmployment increaseIncrease of health services and suburban livingIncrease production of consumer goodsTelevisionsCarsHousesAppliances
ECO 202ConclusionInterest RatesRise of ConsumerismFiscal Policies(Staff, A 2017)
ECO 202Agree/Disagree Agree with the decade of 1950-1959s becauseImprovements to roadsLow unemployment rateIncrease of monetary funds by the Federal ReserveThis decade setup a positive start to 1960s. Keeping the unemployment rates low which made the government and the U.S. people feel hopeful for their futures.
ECO 202References 11950s Inventions. (n.d.). Retrieved September 30, 2018, from A&E. (2010, May 27). The Interstate Highway System. Retrieved September 30, 2018, from

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